Anand Bhawan "Heritage"
Maharana of Mewar built Anand Bhawan nine decades
ago as a Guest house to accommodate Senior British
and Indian officials. Thereafter it became the
official residence of Prime Minister of Mewar.
Soon after independence of India, the Anand
Bhawan was converted into State Hotel. Since
then, Hotel Anand Bhawan has been welcoming
Indian and foreign tourists and has also been
extending its hospitality to all its visitors.
Perched on top of a hillock, it commands a majestic
view of Udaipur and overlooks Fatehsagar' and
Swaroop Sagar Lakes.
There are 25 beautifully designed and furnished
AC rooms at moderate price with all amenities.
Hotel provide traveler an experience of Rajasthan
with safety and security.
>> All major credit cards are accepeted
>> Marriage package
Airport : 25 KMS towards South-East
Bus Stand: 5 KM towards South- East
Railway Station: 5 KM towards South-
Air Conditioned Rooms with attached Toilets
with running Hot & Cold Water
Telephone & Colour Television facility available
in each room
Entertainment - Folkdance & Puppet Show
arranged on demand
Cuisine - Indian, Continental & Rajasthani
(Veg. & Non Veg.)
Anand Bar - Serves Indian made Foreign Liquors,
Credit Cards - All major Credit Cards are accepted.
Conference, Meetings and Social Function with
Choice of Menu at Competitive Price.
Located on Hill
Seeing & Package Tours
**TARIFF - Continental Plan (in INR.)
valid upto 30th Sept., 2015
Tariff is subject
to revise without prior notice
Service Tax & Luxury Tax as applicable
> Room Service Charges 10% extra
Fateh Sagar Road,
Uaipur - 313 001 (India)
Contact Person: Mr. Lalit Purvia
Mobile: +91 99281 47218
Tel: +91-294-2523256, 2523018, 2523019 (EPABX)
is often called ‘Venice of the East’ and ‘city
of lakes’. Grand City Palace on the banks of the
with the Monsoon Palace (Sajjan Garh) on the hill
above enhances the beauty of this magnificent
city. Udaipur is also the centre for performing
arts, crafts and its famed miniature paintings.
The Shilpgram festival is a great crowd-puller
on New Year.
Maharana Udai Singh founded Udaipur in 1559 AD.
According to a legend Udai Singh was guided by
a holy man meditating on the hill near Pichola
Lake to establish his capital on that very spot.
Surrounded by Aravali Ranges, forests and lakes
this place was less vulnerable to external invasion
than Chittaurgarh. Maharana Udai Singh died in
1572 and was succeeded by Maharana Pratap who
valiantly defended Udaipur from Mughal attacks.
Maharana Pratap is the most revered Rajput icon
who gallantly fought the Mughals at the battle
of Haldighati in 1576. Mewar continuously defied
foreign invaders and has a history of bloody battles
until the British intervention in the nineteenth
century when a treaty was signed to protect Udaipur.
Places to visit in Udaipur:
City Palace: A majestic architectural marvel
towering over the lake on a hill surrounded by
crenellated walls. The ‘Mor Chowk’ known for its
exquisite peacock mosaics in glass and the ‘Chini
Chitrashala’ noted for its blue and white ceramics
are other attractions in the Palace.
Jagdish Temple: The Indo-Aryan temple is
the largest and the most beautiful temple with
noteworthy sculpted images.
Bhartiya Lok Kala Museum: It houses the
interesting collection of Indian folk arts, folk
dresses, ornaments, puppets, masks, dolls, folk
musical instruments, folk deities and paintings.
Saheliyon-ki-Bari: (Garden of the maids
of Honour). Small ornamental garden was a popular
relaxing spot where royal ladies came for a stroll
and hence the name.
Pratap Memorial: Overlooking the Fateh
Sagar Lake is the memorial of the Rajput hero
Maharana Pratap with a bronze statue.
Fateh Sagar: A beautiful lake, overlooked
by a number of hills on the three sides and the
Pratap Memorial on the north and in the middle
of lake is Nehru Park- a lovely garden island
with a boat shaped café accessible by boat ride.
Pichola Lake: A picturesque lake, surrounded
by hills, palaces, temples bathing ghats.
Sajjan Garh: Dominating the city’s skyline
is the monsoon palace of Sajjan Garh and offers
apanormic overview of thecity’s lakes, palaces
and the surrounding country side.
Eklingji: (22 km) Tempe is dedicated to
Lord Shiva, the deity of Mewar rulers.
Nagda: (23 km) Ancient site dating back
to the 6th century A.D. is renowned for the Sas-Bahu
temples with interesting architecture and carvings.
Haldighati: (40 km) Historical site, witness
to the great battle fought between Maharana Pratap
and Mughal Emperor Akbar.
Nathdwara: (48 km) Themost revered 17th
century shrine, dedicated to Shrinathji or Lord
Krishna, attracts pilgrims during Diwali,Holi
Kankroli: (65 km) Important Vaishnava temple
and most important temple of Vallabhacharya sect.
Kumbhalgarh Fort: (84 km) The second principal
fortress in Rajasthan after Chittoaurgarh,, it
is perched atop the Aravallis. Closeby is the
Kumbhalgarh Wildlife sancatuary.
Jaisamand Lake: (55 km) A stunningly situated
artificial lake is the second largest in Asia.
Island is also worth visiting. Close by is the
Ranakpur: (90 km) The beautifully sculptured
Jain temples lie in a tranquil valley of the Aravalis.
It has 29 halls supported by 1444 pillars, all